You are not alone, so be brave!

What is most personal is most general – Another learning Following is another quote from Carl Rogers. It is an important one as it on the one hand invites people to be more personal and on the other hand demonstrates that many other people can understand us as we seem to speak (often) the same […]

This remembrance Day…

Interpersonal Trauma – Collective Trauma Today is remembrance day, November 11, 2020. I have mentioned Jon Allen, PhD. before. Allen has written about trauma. Allen’s YouTube clips with interviews and his writings are often mentioned in the training I provide to mental health professionals. As I am providing this type of training again this week, […]

SEXUAL ASSAULT

Trump is retraumatizing many women… A former model has come forward to accuse Trump of sexually assaulting her at the US Open tennis tournament in New York on 5 September 1997. Amy Dorris alleged that Trump assaulted her outside the bathroom in his VIP box at the tournament: “I was in his grip, and I […]

Psychological Injury SK, Canada – FAQs

Information for people seeking services and counselling therapy (psychotherapy) for symptoms of psychological injury in Saskatchewan, Canada Frequently Asked Questions Who can provide me with a formal diagnosis of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) ? The people who are licensed to diagnose are psychiatrists, and registered psychologists who have the designation APE behind their name. […]